Chapter 6 Summary
Anne finds life at Uppercross with her sister Mary and the Musgroves to be quite different from what her life had been at Kellynch. Everything from conversations and opinions to daily chores at Uppercross seem distinctive. Now that Anne has stepped out of her familiar circle and crossed into the lives of others, she sees life through a completely new perspective. She feels fortunate for the experience and wishes her father and sisters (as well as the Musgroves) could have similar experiences. But given that the occurrence is only hers, she settles in to study it and learn from it.
Staying with her sister is not hard to adjust to. Anne finds that Mary is more open to her than Elizabeth is, that Charles is friendly with...
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